Third Apple

It’s pretty well known that for all of its handy qualities, Dropbox has one big “wait a minute” for lawyers. Specifically, data uploaded to your Dropbox in the cloud is not automatically encrypted. I’ve briefly written about SpiderOak before, an alternative to Dropbox that offers the encryption needed. My only ding against this app and service is that many iPad app developers don’t support it although they support Dropbox. (By this I mean that they don’t have a way to download from SpiderOak in the application.)

There’s another secure alternative out there, SafeSync. SafeSync offers encrypted data storage in the cloud, and it has apps for mobile platforms. There are two faults I see with SafeSync. First, it’s free for only 30 days. (Yes, I know, a company has to make a living, but I generally need more than 30 days to test drive something. Call me weird.)…

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